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Dubonnet Blanc is a variation of this famous drink, which uses fortified white wine instead of the regular red wine-based counterpart, the Rouge. This tipple is known as a quinquina, and was used mainly for the benefit of French soldiers and colonials in North Africa to combat malaria in the
Martini Bianco is a fine blend of Italian white wine infused with herbs and sweet floral botanicals and produces an aromatic yet delicate drink with notes of vanilla and citrus. Drink over ice with soda and a slice of lemon – the perfect Italian spritzer! Martini is a true Italian icon.
MARTINI Extra Dry’s rare woods, herbs, citrus and raspberry extracts are the pillar of the 20th century’s defining drink: the Dry Martini cocktail. First introduced on New Year’s Day 1900, after 10 years of development by Luigi Rossi’s sons, MARTINI Extra Dry has at its heart the violet-scented tartness of
Non-alcoholic aperitif made as a substitute for white vermouth from this legendary Italian brand. It has the recognizable aromatic flavor of Martini and is a drink with botanical notes and a predominance of Roman chamomile.
Martini Rosso is slightly sweet, incredibly aromatic, and has a distinctive herbal finish that is accompanied by a subtle bitterness. This common European aperitif, which is ideally served over ice, is best known for its use in cocktails, primarily the acclaimed Manhattan, Negroni, and Americano.
Martini non-alcoholic vibrante Aperitif. Carefully made from select wines with the alcohol gently removed then infused with quality botanicals. The master blenders have created a balanced yet vibrant full-flavoured drink with delicious notes of Italian bergamot. Non-alcoholic aperitivo made the Martini way.